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SP&T News editor Neil Sutton recaps conference highlights including AI, home automation and drones
In case you missed it the first time… The webinar originally hosted on Feb. 14 "How will consumer technology disrupt the commercial security market?" is now available in its entirety.
On February 15, SP&T News hosted the 3rd annual Mission 500 Hockey Classic, raising more than $17,000 in support of Toronto Crime Stoppers Youth Programs. Sean Sportun and Martin Douglas discuss the importance of these fundraising events for Toronto's youth.
As unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, become more popular and sophisticated, so does the demand for drone detection solutions in the security industry.
The 3rd annual Security Industry Hockey Classic is happening at York University, Toronto, on Feb. 15! Come out and play or sponsor a team. All proceeds support Mission 500 and Toronto Crime Stoppers Youth programs.
Gerry Miller, Peel Regional Police's alarm program supervisor, recently retired. At her retirement celebration, SP&T News asked her to reflect upon the industry, the changes she has seen over the years and what she expects to see in the future.
David Price, marketing manager for Camden Door Controls, discusses new products including a PIR request to exit detector, pushplate switches, ANSI strikes, emergency call systems and more.
Larry Turnbull, national marketing manager, Canada, RBH Access Control Technologies, discusses the company's offerings, including access control, alarm integration, video integration, wirelless door integration and more.
Steve Lubin, national account manager for Weiser Locks Canada, showcases Premis touchscreen smart locks, compatible with an Apple interface
Security Summit Canada will return to Toronto on June 6, 2018. This is a can't-miss event for security dealers, installers and alarm professionals. For more information, visit the Security Summit Canada website.
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